Server said I couldn’t order anything off of the menu due to my Celiac and that they were only gluten friendly. I explained that I was stuck at the hotel for 5 days with no transportation while at a conference and tried to find something relatively safe. I chose chili and a side salad (both marked gf on the menu.) I was brutally ill for the next day. This restaurant is not safe for celiacs or gluten intolerant. (Other than sealed items at the marketplace, I found the entire Gaylord resort to be the same, unfortunately.)
Gluten free clearly marked on the menu, however, not many choices above salads. Tortilla chips marked as gluten free but after being asked, they don’t have a dedicated fryer so it is in fact cross contaminated, not good for Celiacs. Waitress was super knowledgeable and with the help of the Chef, helped me to customize a lunch bowl that was so good! I wish I could give it more stars because she was so helpful and the bowl was so good but having an item marked gluten free that is clearly contaminated puts up some red flags.